What Is India News Service
Thursday, September 22,  2005


 Tourism Articles


 From September 15,  2005 - September 21,  2005


Heritage Map Of Srinagar Launched

Second Indian city with a documented map on heritage structures.

Remains Of Ancient Temple Found

Dating back to the late Sangam period, it was discovered by ASI archaeologists.

Shrine Ensconced By Scenic Beauty

At the point where Tungabhadra turns northward exists the cave temple of Kodandarama,surrounded by nature. Kamala Vasudevan describes the architecture of the shrine.  

Where Shiva & Vishnu Reside

The Nagareswara temple in Vijayapura houses Shiva and Vishnu shrines - both in perfect harmony. U B Githa and Mahesh Jambulingam delve into the splendour of the templeís Mysore style architecture.  

Fathers Of The City

Whatever infrastructure Bangalore has today is because of sincere and dedicated work put in by its early mayors. 

You CaníT Miss Munsiyari

Richa Nigam visits Munsiyari,a beautiful hill station that kisses the foot of the Himalayas and impresses with its green locales and magnificent views.  

A New Ajanta And Ellora, Courtesy Mtdc

The Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) is all geared up for Phase-2 of conservation of the ancient Ajanta & Ellora monuments. It follows an extremely successful Phase-1 of restoration of the UNESCO World heritage site.  

Poetry On The Hills

It's a lyrical experience atop Kavishaila, especially when you have cold wind and mild rain.

Breathtakingly Beautiful

A weekend visit to the beautiful Tonnur lake just off the Mandya - Mysore Road, promises to bring you back refreshed.

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